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Meeting forest communities in the Republic of Congo

The forest code in the Republic of Congo is being revised. This summer, we met with forest communities in the north of the country to hear their opinion on what new drafts of the forest law should say. We want to ensure this opinion is reflected in new drafts.

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Meeting forest communities in the Republic of Congo

The forest code in the Republic of Congo is being revised. This summer, we met with forest communities in the north of the country to hear their opinion on what new drafts of the forest law should say. We want to ensure this opinion is reflected in new drafts.

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À la rencontre des communautés forestières du nord du Congo !

Nous sommes allés consulter les communautés forestières du nord du Congo pour avoir leur opinion sur les lois qui devraient régir la gestion des forets.

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À la rencontre des communautés forestières du nord du Congo !

Nous sommes allés consulter les communautés forestières du nord du Congo pour avoir leur opinion sur les lois qui devraient régir la gestion des forets.

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Huge peat bog discovered in the Congo Basin – what does this mean for people and the planet?

Scientists have discovered a peat bog the size of England in the Congo Basin – it could help us learn more about and fight climate change, but only if properly protected.

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Huge peat bog discovered in the Congo Basin – what does this mean for people and the planet?

Scientists have discovered a peat bog the size of England in the Congo Basin – it could help us learn more about and fight climate change, but only if properly protected.

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ClientEarth on land tenure and forest issues in the Congo

How can better land use governance help protect people and forests? Find out what we said in the latest issue of European Tropical Forest Research Network News.

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ClientEarth on land tenure and forest issues in the Congo

How can better land use governance help protect people and forests? Find out what we said in the latest issue of European Tropical Forest Research Network News.

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Securing land and community resource rights – new report

Securing land and community resource rights is one of the biggest issues facing people in many African countries. Read our new guide for land and tenure reform.

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Securing land and community resource rights – new report

Securing land and community resource rights is one of the biggest issues facing people in many African countries. Read our new guide for land and tenure reform.

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A strong seat at the table

We are delighted to invite you to the launch of a new guide helping African organisations to engage in land tenure reform.

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A strong seat at the table

We are delighted to invite you to the launch of a new guide helping African organisations to engage in land tenure reform.

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Are surfers an endangered species?

What will happen to surfing as climate change warms the world?

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Are surfers an endangered species?

What will happen to surfing as climate change warms the world?

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Congo close to forest protection accord

Yesterday, Congo drew one step closer to an anti-illegal logging deal with the European Union.

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Congo close to forest protection accord

Yesterday, Congo drew one step closer to an anti-illegal logging deal with the European Union.

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ClientEarth visits Congo

ClientEarth has just returned from Congo – what did we learn?

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ClientEarth visits Congo

ClientEarth has just returned from Congo – what did we learn?

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Le code forestier congolais a besoin d’alliés !

Notre dernière mission au Congo Brazzaville nous a permis de suivre les développements liés au processus de révision, tant attendu, du code forestier congolais.

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Le code forestier congolais a besoin d’alliés !

Notre dernière mission au Congo Brazzaville nous a permis de suivre les développements liés au processus de révision, tant attendu, du code forestier congolais.

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Congo’s illegal logging agreement hangs in the balance

The Republic of Congo is close to finalising anti-illegal logging agreements with the EU, but last-minute tweaks could mean the difference between success or failure.

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Congo’s illegal logging agreement hangs in the balance

The Republic of Congo is close to finalising anti-illegal logging agreements with the EU, but last-minute tweaks could mean the difference between success or failure.

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Civil society gets to grips with forest governance in the Republic of Congo

In the Republic of Congo, the civil society platform for the sustainable management of forests has just held a three day workshop, (from 19-21 January 2012).

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Civil society gets to grips with forest governance in the Republic of Congo

In the Republic of Congo, the civil society platform for the sustainable management of forests has just held a three day workshop, (from 19-21 January 2012).

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Why are strong procedural rights crucial to securing community rights to the land?

ClientEarth met with two Fang communities in the north of Gabon to study the land tenure regime in the Woleu-Ntem province’s rural areas. What is striking is that so few people have so far secured legal ownership over their lands. Why?

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Why are strong procedural rights crucial to securing community rights to the land?

ClientEarth met with two Fang communities in the north of Gabon to study the land tenure regime in the Woleu-Ntem province’s rural areas. What is striking is that so few people have so far secured legal ownership over their lands. Why?

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A closer look at our work with local communities in Gabon

ClientEarth is engaged in working with forest communities and civil society in Africa to offer legal and strategic support to secure communities’ rights and promote fair and sustainable management of forests and land.

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A closer look at our work with local communities in Gabon

ClientEarth is engaged in working with forest communities and civil society in Africa to offer legal and strategic support to secure communities’ rights and promote fair and sustainable management of forests and land.

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